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. drew brees, 0-3, tom brady, ben roethlisberger, peyton manning, all at 1-2. mike, i had a friend of mine ask me today here in town, at what point are you going to ask my mayock if joe flacco is an elite quarterback. >> mike: you're going to drop that in my lap? i think there are seven franchise quarterbacks heading into this year. i think three or four banging on the dr joe flacco, cam newton, and maybe matthew stafford if he can stay healthy. >> here comes joe flacco. >> mike: brad, to take that one step further, my definition is somebody who can lead you to a super bowl, win the game and be the guy. >> brad: right. >> mike: in the modern super bowl era, you can point to trent dilfer with balance more, and maybe tampa bay the year they were so dominant with bread johnson as the two, quote, pain managers. all the rest were dominant franchise quarterbacks. if you don't have him, you're not winning in this league. >> brad: alex? >> alex: we had that conversation on the field before this game tonight, whether or not he is an elite quarterback. he says he doesn't necessarily compare
jeff joins the governor tonight. ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [applause] >> mike: thank you. wow. what a great audience we have here tonight and welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. we hear the latest job numbers and they are not good. they are dismal. estimated 23 million americans don't have jobs beyond those numbers there are real people and some of them are in a world of hurt. i have a special friend in iowa and got to know her in -- and her family in 2008. she is a beautiful young lady and a some say a special needs child but i prefer to say she is truly special. yesterday, wendy went to work like she has in the past len years in the local wendy restaurant but it was locked up and a sign on the front said it was closed. and the manager explainedine though the store was doing well. but the company said it needed renovation in this economy it was not enough money for the cost. for a while she just sate -a sat in her room and then she said, i think god is telling me right now, i am not feeling too good. i have a frosty key chain and i
him. the second item and just as important is to honor mike campbell who has taken time i think he might be technically on vacation or personal time, so i apologize. it is not our intent to honor you by forcing you to take personal time to actually come to a lafco meeting, but mike campbell resolution is one that i think really is critical because of the very important role that he has played in his role, so let me just for the benefit of not only my colleagues but those that are watching just say a little bit about what is included in the resolution. mike campbell began his work at the san francisco public utilities commission in 2008 and from 2008 through 2012 he served as the community choice aggregation director for the power department. during the tenure at the san francisco puc mr. campbell used his experience in the energy generation field to guide community choice aggregation to the creation of the clean power sf program and for those who have been working on this for so many years they know that -- i think all of us recognize that taking that job was a very courageous o
, governor mike huckabee. [applaus [applause]. >> mike: hello everybody, thank you. thank you very much, great crowd here today in new york. and welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. having just returned from the republican national convention in tampa i've got some thoughts, for one thing, that magic moment with clint eastwood, pretty spectacular, really. we've been trying to get president obama on this show for years, he's turned us down every time. now i know it's really easy, and we just bring the chair out. so (applause) >> maybe if i have the chair, he will magically appear. just like harry reid's imagery friends tend to appear from time to time. [applause] >> we really didn't miss losing that first night at the convention canceled because of the possibility of bad weather. oh, it was a tough, but appropriate call given the weather forecast. and by the way, the three big networks were only going to cover one hour each night skraen way. and so, had there been a monday session, viewers without cable would have likely been stuck watching hawaii 5-0 reruns,
literally recent it. and youtube sensation joins the governor tonight. ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [applause [applause]. >> thank you. now, what a great audience we have here tonight and welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. you know, every week we hear the latest jobs numbers, and they aren't good. in fact, they're dismal. an estimated 23 million americans don't have jobs. and beyond those numbers, there are real people, and some of them are in a world of hurt. i've got a special friend who lives in iowa, i got to know her and her family during the presidential campaign in 2008. her name is wendy and she's a beautiful young lady and some would say she's a special needs child, but i'd prefer to say she's just truly special. well, yesterday, wendy went to work just like she has for the past 11 years, at the local wendy's restaurant. but it was locked up. and a sign on the front said it was closed. the manager explained even though the store was doing fairly well, the company had abruptly closed it because it either needed renovations or rebuilding
: i think mike gundy is happy with his team lining upg at the 35. first down. >> charles: so much for those eagle eyes, gus. that went right down the tubes. >> gus: walsh over the middle. throw as strike, blake jackson. still moving. jackson refusing to go down. inside texas territory. >> charles: how about this throw again. sharp throw and then jackson after the catch takes care of the football and drags texas defenders into the secondary. >> gus: first and ten at the texas 39 yard line. moves over to the other side. randle. randle breaks free! stutter-steps, tackled from behind at the 23. by kenny vaccaro. what a gain for joseph randle. he gains 15. randle on the night averaging close to eight yards per carry. 22 rushes. make it 23, 185 yards. here he is again. outside. smash mouth. >> charles: todd monken does not mind repeating successful plays. randle runs over josh turner and makes it difficult for kenny vaccaro to bring him down. >> gus: first and ten at the 13 yard line. this time, it's roland. jackson jeffcoat there. >> charles: well in field goal range to take the lead,
. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [applause] hello, everybody. what a great audience we've got here today. and welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. okay. here is a little confession i want to make to start the show. i'm really, really glad that the political conventions are over. [applause] >> now, look, it is not like that i'm unhappy or don't care about politics because i do. i mean, unlike some people who just eat it up in the same way that some spectator, now, some overweight fan sitting around in his man cave-in front of the big tv screen, and stuffing cheetos in his face and liking the nfl like that. i like politics and noi what it's like to be on the field, but i've got to tell you my favorite moment of all the political conventions was this: . >> delegates, this convention is adjourned. (laughter) >> i'm just glad it's over. two weeks, back-to-back, four hours a night. i'm burned out. so, in case you missed either of the political conventions or even if you saw every minute, i want to give you a little page of some of the memorable mo
'll let mike shumann fill you in on that in just a few minutes. >>> the celebration for petaluma's little league all-star team continues tomorrow with a parade through town. last night the oakland a's honored them at the coliseum. the national team played a dramatic game last week at the little league world series in pennsylvania, and took third overall. tomorrow's parade starts at 1:00 p.m. at fourth and d street in petaluma. team members will ride in convert able hot rods and classic cars and end up at walnut park for a free hot dog barbecue, leigh glaser is here. what kind of weather are they going to have? >> leigh: terrific. it's been overcast but you'll see agent more -- see a little more sunshine and temperatures when the parade starts in the mid-to-low 70s. so a terrific day. we warmed up nicely. a little more so today. here's a live look from the high definition rooftop cam. a little bit of fog out there but not as widespread as this time last night, which is a pretty good indication that we're going to see some tomorrow, and that's going to mean warming for most locations. let's
and got altered and moved to the sidelines. teddy johnson is happy. >> gus: i think mike gundy is happy with his team lining upg at the 35. first down. >> charles: so much for those eagle eyes, gus. that went right down the tubes. >> gus: walsh over the middle. throw as strike, blake jackson. still moving. jackson refusing to go down. inside texas territory. 26-yard gain. >> charles: how about this throw again. sharp throw and then jackson after the catch takes care of the football and drags texas defenders into the secondary. >> gus: first and ten at the texas 39 yard line. moves over to the other side. randle. randle breaks free! stutter-steps, tackled from behind at the 23. by kenny vaccaro. what a gain for joseph randle. he gains 15. randle on the night averaging close to eight yards per carry. 22 rushes. make it 23, 185 yards. here he is again. outside. smash mouth. >> charles: todd monken does not mind repeating successful plays. randle runs over josh turner and makes it difficult for kenny vaccaro to bring him down. >> gus: first and ten at the 13 yard line. this time, it's rolan
choices and explains how her faith helped her make the right ones. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [applause] >> thank you, thank you, thank you very much. welcome to the huckabee show from the fox news studios in new york. we have a really lively audience and a lot of these folks, not all, but most of them are from the massachusetts republican assembly. (cheers) >> and i didn't know there was that much republican enthusiasm in all of massachusetts much less coming to our show. we're so very happy to have you folks here. if we don't learn from history. we're destined to repeat it. now, i fear that's exactly what's happening now, in the staredown between iran and israel, appears that barack obama is neville chamberlain to benjamin netanyahu's winston churchill. one man thinks we can reason with maniacal killers and the others know that playing with a snake leads to snake bites and those who think that this is political gamesmanship. i assure you, while it might be for the white house, for israel it most certainly is not. the president has often spoken of his familiarity
lopez and that is pretty good for a -- against lopez. >> mike: yeah. >> jon: a ball and a strike. justin upton is on deck. tomorrow's game an earlier start. first pitch scheduled at 5:10 pacific time. barry zito for the giants against wade miley who is a strong candidate for the rookie of the year award in the national league. 2-1. he is 5'10". game on television on comcast sports net. bay area. pregame starting at 4:30 tomorrow. sunday game, 1:10 start. vogelsong against corbin. high and foul. out of play. looks like a lot of people did not want to stay for the fireworks, doesn't it? this is a fireworks night. 31,856 the paid crowd and maybe half or less still here. >> mike: and most of them giants fans. they love fireworks. i didn't know that. >> jon: giants fans? >> mike: yeah. >> jon: i have an idea that diamondbacks fans don't like fireworks. earlier this year there wasn't a good crowd at all. it hits the bag! another ball hits the bag! around to third base goes goldschmidt. colorado did that twice in the same game last week. or earlier this week. bruce bochy is coming out. two men
coming out of quantico to stafford to ma it into prince william county. andrea and mike, back to you. >> thank you, beverly. >>> the ravens may have gotten a win last week thanks to a questionable call by the replacement refs but the refs are gone now. >> baltimore hosted the first game since the regular refs decided to come back. ravens taking on the browns. a 63-year-old interception return by baltimore's carey williams is the play of the night. there he goes through the house. ravens beat the browns 23-16. >> the headline this morning is the return of the refs. kristin fisher is live in our satellite center with more on that. sounds like an action movie. >> reporter: it does. when was the last time that you saw referees tting a standing ovation? most time they're booed or heckled but not last night. check out the reception they received in baltimore just before kickoff. cheers and a standing ovation for the referees. that may be a first in the history of football. and people throughout the game held up signs. look at that one. "finally we get to yell at real refs. welcome back." t
is changing. >>> what is ahead for your work week? leigh glaser knows. she has the forecast. >> mike: i'm mike shumann. how about those oakland a's, a season-high nine game win streak sweeping the red sox under the coliseum carpet. do they gain ground >> alan: today was the end of an era for a church that has served the oakland community for more than 100 yearsle the fruitvale church has 50 members. because of the declining membership, the national presbyterian dephenomenon nation voted to close the church. it's the end and also a beginning. >> it's bittersweet, a lot of things that happened here, but it is also a grateful occasion to recognize that god is still working and god is still moving and this is a chance for us to step into new life. ang ang the congregation called the new revelation community church will begin reining the old church next week. the fruit vail presbyterian church was founded no 1889 for farming families to worship. >> in another part of oakland, the annual pride festival served up food, entertainment, and a dose of self-esteem. the corners of 19th and. >> frances: str
will interview the stars of the game. and then bob, tony and mike will break it all down. and cris and i will take a look ahead to a very intriguing matchup at candlestick next week with detroit going to san francisco. >> cris: ben roethlisberger, you're going to be able to see, he's going to look to his left and get a good view. there was no doubt in his mind what was going on. he saw tracy porter there and just tried to squeeze one in that he really didn't have to do. you can't say he was throwing blindly. he was staring at it the whole time. just thought he could thread it in there. obviously, a big mistake. >> al: so pittsburgh needing two touchdowns, down by 12. >> cris: boy, what a difference tracy porter makes. you have champ bailey on your team, so the other guy is going to get a lot of throws over that way. and tracy porter tonight making him think maybe you ought to throw back over to champ bailey's side. >> al: bailey telling us the other day, look, you guys stop the run, we will take care of the pass, trust me. >> cris: they did. a pretty good job. not complete stoppage of th
, especially college football. >> mike: locally, three winners, cal bears came out of hibernation, and in southern utah, a win is a bin. they get ohio state next wee [ female announcer ] now get high speed internet at home on our newly expanded advanced digital network, a connection you can count on. introducing at&t u-verse high speed internet with more speed options, reliability and wi-fi hot spots than ever. go to our website below to get u-verse high speed internet for just 14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. it's all the speed you need all at a great price. our newly expanded advanced digital network gives you more of what you enjoy online. and with at&t, our wireless gateway turns your home into a private wi-fi hot spot that connects your wi-fi devices and can even save on your smart phone data usage at home. go to our website below to get at&t u-verse high speed internet for just 14.95 a month for 12 months with a one-year price guarantee. that includes access on-the-go to our entire national wi-fi hot spot network, with over 30,000 hot spots. at&t
world tonight. we love or giants. >> mike: we do. a little bit of everything. the champagne was on ice and the g men to had to win to clinch the national league west, and how sweet it is, the giants win their second n.l. west title in the last three years. that brings back memories. hi >> mike: the giants clinched their second national league west title with a win over the padres at at&t park. with buster posey the only remaining player not on the mound. sandoval, seals it. look out. flips over the fence. it's worth another luck. still has time to blow a bubble. that's a lot of pablo landing in your lap. bottom four, scutaro, what a pickup he has been. shines a single to center. the two brandons score, belt and crawford. giants have a 5-cushion. eight inning of, bab don belts to opposite field. giants up 8-4, in the ninth sergio romo, gets cot say to send one to center. pagan makes the catch. the giants win the national league west with an 8-4 victory. giant fans on fire, and on the celebration, wow. >> feels great. a wonderful feeling. a lot of hard work, and good baseball. and we hav
or giants. >> mike: we do. a little bit of everything. the champagne was on ice and the g men to had to win to clinch the national league west, and how sweet it is, the giants win their second n.l. west title in the last three years. that brings back memories. hi >> mike: the giants clinched their second national league west title with a win over the padres at at&t park. with buster posey the only remaining player not on the mound. sandoval, seals it. look out. flips over the fence. it's worth another luck. still has time to blow a bubble. that's a lot of pablo landing in your lap. bottom four, scutaro, what a pickup he has been. shines a single to center. the two brandons score, belt and crawford. giants have a 5-cushion. eight inning of, bab don belts to opposite field. giants up 8-4, in the ninth sergio romo, gets cot say to send one to center. pagan makes the catch. the giants win the national league west with an 8-4 victory. giant fans on fire, and on the celebration, wow. >> feels great. a wonderful feeling. a lot of hard work, and good baseball. and we have a long way to go. >> just
to take care of them, the department of veterans affairs. randi kaye investigates. >> reporter: mike rio can't go to the grocery store without making a list even for just one item. he can't drive without gripping the steering wheel so hard, his knuckles turn white. and he can't stand longer than 30 minutes because of severe back pain. this is mike rio's life post-afghanistan. >> i need to discover who i am again. i'm not asking for help for the rest of my life. i want to feel like i matter. >> reporter: mike's wife maggie says her husband returned from war a shell of the man he once was. gone was the fun-loving, free-spirited, laid back guy he used to be. war, she says, changed him. he still has ringing in the ears from explosions. he also suffers from vertigo, headaches, and has terrible anxiety. we saw it first-hand during our interview. mike was so anxious, he could hardly sit still. we met at mike rio's mother's house near phoenix, arizona, where he, his wife and daughter have been living for the last year and a half. maggie and their daughter share a bedroom and mike sleeps every ni
they needed was a victory. we'll let mike shumann fill you in on that in just a few minutes. >>> the celebration for petaluma's little league all-star team continues tomorrow with a parade through town. last night the oakland a's a's honored them at the coliseum. the national team played a dramatic game last week at the little league world pennsylvania, in pennsylvania, and took third overall. tomorrow's parade starts at 1:00 p.m. at fourth and d street in petrs will riam members willn convert able hot rods and classic cars and end up at leigh glaser is here.e hot dog what kind of weather are they have?to >> leigh: terrific. it's been overcast but you'll see agent more -- see a little more sunshine and temperatures when the parade starts in the mid-to-low 70s. so a terrific day. we warmed up nicely. a little more so today. here's a live look from the high definition rooftop cam. a little bit of fog out there but not as widespread as this time last night, which is a pretty good indication that we're going to see some tomorrow, and that's going to mean warming for most locatio
forecast. a look at your first 4 traffic now. good morning, mike. >> thank you, tom. >>> things looking great on the beltway. no serious problems on the inner or outer loop. big problem on southbound 295 at 410/riverdale road. accident has traffic squeezing by to the right. we're seeing significant delays. here we are at chopper 4. traffic is just squeezing by now. really on the right shoulder. delays begin just after the beltway. it will take you all the way to 410. after that, things smooth up. as you can see, very big backup right now because of this accident southbound 295 at 410. aaron, eun? >> thank you, mike. >>> new this morning, a man is in the hospital after being shot along rhode island avenue in northeast washington. the shooting happened around 10:00 near the rite-aid store. we're told a man was shot in the leg. he was taken to the hospital. his name and condition are not being released at this time. so far no arrests have been made. >>> while you were sleeping, the u.s. military handed over control of bagram prison to the afghan government. that handover ceremony happened
's -- mike sosa, i guess he's putting on sun tan lotion. he's ready to roll. jared weaver, he was very good. 7 innings. ses cespedes left the game. brett anderson, good since he came off the dl. tory i hunter homered in the 7th. you're hearing some names on this pitching staff, where'd he come from? 6-0 angels. a's, still a game and a half up on the yankees for a wildcard spot. and baltimore is coming to town fighting for a postseason berth as well. >>> the green packers, maybe they aren't so bad after all. the 49ers beat aaron roger, and all of a sudden, oh, the pack they got a lousy defense! no, here comes the defense with clay matthews. and -- huh? aaron rogers. all the boys on the national scene! there's a fake steal call. packers win 23-10. now i have to explain to mike. everybody was saying that he was playing the best quarterback of anybody in history. so you've got a little bit after you lose the first game. what? brady's better? look at what peyton manning did, joe montana. you happy with that, mike? >> no. >> no, mike 's still mad. and i appreciate him for caring at 11:25. [ l
: it was a beautiful weekend. leigh glaser has the forecast. >> mike: i feel your pain, raider fans. silver and block fall to 0-2, they couldn't stop the dolphins. >> ama: this afternoon teachers in chicago decided to extend their strike into a second week. and just a few minutes ago city officials said they'll seek a court order to end the strike. both sides spent the weekend at the bargaining table but union leaders declined to vote on suspending the strike. the strike affects 350,000 students. chicago mayor rahm emalmanual calls the strike illegal. >> alan: police put their security game plan into effect for the 49ers home opener at candle stick park. don't be surprised if you find some undercover officers wearing detroit lions gear. the chief believes putting officers in the opposing team's jerseys can cut down on fan violence. the sfpd used a sim laugh strategy during the nfl playoffs games last season and during dodger-giants games at at&t park. fans go through metal detectors as part of the new nfl security policy. >> marin county transit officials will decide tomorrow whether to accept a new
but the successor agency to san francisco redevelopment agency. >> director mike russo with the successor agency is here to report on this item. >> thank you, director. my name is mike russo, with the successor redevelopment agency. i'm here to talk about the concept plans we have worked on for oscar park. what you see in front of you is a map of the project area, of course. one of the challenges we have had since the formation of this project area has been how to deal with the many freeway and bus ramps that crisscross the project area. as you probably know, these are not things conducive to creating a good pedestrian urban environment. they also can be magnets for crime and litter. now fortunately we have a plan to address these. the first part, you are obviously family with is the tgpa has eliminated a lot of the ramps that previously existed, specifically the east loop to the old transbay terminal that, is gone permanently. that frees a lot of land for development, including open space. there are other ramps not going anywhere, they will be with us forever. specifically, the west ramp to the
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. crews on scene. expect delays most of the morning and of course we are on top of it here. mike will have your forecast. >>> good morning. live doppler 7 had d dry this morning, a little -- a little fog in the north bay valleys. 48 santa rosa. mile and quarter at half moon bay, everybody in the low to mid 50s until you get to antioch at 57°. in the around fog fades, cooler weather on the way. >>> right now let's get to that major problem with 680 partially closed in the mess san ton area. amy hollyfield is there -- >> reporter: the chp is still waiting on the corner to get here that is why they still have lanes closed, the body is still in the middle of the freeway. chp officers are still here talking to some of the drivers who were here at the time of the accident. they are doing their investigation, measuring out there. so, no word on when this is going to reopen. they say they got a call about 3:30 this morning of a pedestrian walking in the number three lane. then they got the call -- they called in at 3:40 and reported that all lanes were blocked. it does appear someone was in the m
with a check of the forecast and mike has a check of the traffic. purple friday a orange friday. take your pick or mix and match. >> you look good over there lynette. >> i couldn't decide. >> you have the orange cones and you are doing traffic today. >> reporter: it works. good team. >> traffic in one moment. a lot of people want to keep their eye to the sky because a lot is going on. >> a lot is going on. and you will be happy with today as you head out and about. we can see a shot in bel air this morning and it's the way it will stay throughout the day. so we will be getting a sun- cloud mix. rain should hold off until saturday afternoon saturday evening. and i am going to talk more about that coming up. but look at what we have in terms of temperatures this morning in bel air. coming in right around 66 degrees. that dew point still up there. we are in the mid-6 as -- 60sthis morning. so we feel humid and that continues through the day. temperatures in darlington right now is 66 degrees with the dew point at 65. some areas dealing with patchy fog in aberdeen with 66 temperatures and dew . at
, mike. >>> congress is back in session after a five-week vacation. they return to the capitol with a laundry list of bills to consider. topping the list are the bush era tax cuts, which are set to expire at the end of the year. another is a temporary deal that will avoid a government shutdown for the next six months. >>> we are now less than two months until the presidential election, and both president obama and mitt romney are raising big bucks. the latest numbers show the president outraised romney in august, bringing in $114 million. the republican nominee raised $111 million. he had outraised president obama in the three previous months. despite the president's advantage in august, it was the third straight month that romney raised more than $100 million. romney will be in ohio today, another crucial state that could decide the election. he talked to david gregory in an exclusive interview on meet the press yesterday. he told gregory, if elected, he plans to repeal and replace obama's health care law, but he added he would keep parts of that law that he thought would help
in this country. >> mike, the main problem for most of us, lucky enough to have jobs, the money in our pocket is less than it was, and it's worth less too. >> right. the value of the dollar is falling considerably under president obama because of all the money printing he's done. >> the money printing that ben bernanke has done. >> supporting the treasury and borrowing by obama. what romney understands, david, and president obama is clueless about, there's a big difference between tax credits and tax rates. cutting tax rates gives you incentive to invest in plant and equipment which then allows you to hire people, because you're going to get to keep an extra amount of money on each dollar of profit you make. cutting tax credits does not hurt incentive, because tax credits are temporary and does not encourage investment. >> steve, i want to keep it on the simplification, because that's success i can identify with. i haven't my own taxes in a long time. the reason is, because it's just too complex. i'm not a small business. if i was a small business, i'd have to do devote hundreds of hours of t
msnbc -- >> we've got our cohorts here. >> mike. >> i don't call them cohorts. i call them something else. msnbc contributor mike barnicle and president of the council on foreign relations, richard haass. and in chicago, chef "time" senior political editor, mark halperin. >> he's out. mining for stories in chicago. why did you call mika already this morning? a little anne hathaway. >> kind of a wcatwoman. >> kind of a catwoman dress. >> we had the segment a couple days ago. >> leather for fall. >> i'm trying to be -- it's not working, is it? >> it's on trend. >> no. you're fashion forward, straight into batman 4. >> okay. t.j. just said something perverted in my ear. we're moving forward. >> that's t.j. we're not going to tell the american people what t.j. says. wow! mark halperin -- >> all right. >> the buzards are circling. >> let's let the right speak. >> from the right, man. this is sort of rough days for the romney campaign. mark halperin in chicago. >> first of all -- >> sleeping. >> first of all -- >> halperin is still stunned by the dress. i don't know. >> it's not that bad.
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